How weather impacts the search for 150 million-year-old dinosaur fossils

On any given day in the middle of summer, in the rugged terrain of the Big Horn Basin, near Cody, Wyoming, you'll find a team of paleontologists digging away on the Jurassic Mile dig site, unearthing dinosaur fossils that are more than 150 million years old. Here's a look at how weather impacts the process of finding and recovering these ancient fossils.
Published: 1:13 PM MST August 16, 2019
Updated: 12:51 PM MST August 16, 2019